Found in a Non-Disclosed Daily Newspaper On Cape Cod:
Man Arrested For Vehicular Indecency In BarnstableBARNSTABLE – A Barnstable man is being held without bail for allegedly committing "Vehicular Indecency" against a 2005 Chevrolet Monte Carlo. The vehicle was taken to a local repair shop to be examined and treated for damage. At approximately 2:30 am, several residents in a small development called local police, reporting that a man was seen at the side of a vehicle, bent over and could be heard moaning. Police arrived on the scene to find 29 year-old Peter Paul standing up against the gas inlet, with his pants pulled down, gently slapping the trunk and saying "whose tank is this?" Mr. Paul maybe charged with Statutory Vehicular Indecency as the age of consent for a vehicle is 3 years old. Police officials were not available for comment.
Paul and Monte Carlo Have History, Reports Law Enforcement
BARNSTABLE – As reported earlier, 29 year-old Barnstable resident, Peter Paul was arrested for Vehicular Indecency, after being caught in the act of sexually assaulting a 2005 Chevrolet Monte Carlo. It has since been determined that Mr. Paul and the car have a history together. Paul apparently purchased the vehicle in 2004 and lost it to repossession in mid 2006 after missing several months of payments. The car's present owner, Tommy Rindle, purchased the Chevy in early in 2007 and Mr. Paul tracked it to their home. Mr. Paul, a roofer, will not be charged with Statutory Vehicular Indecency as the car was purchased by him in 2004, technically making it of consenting age. Mr. Paul faces up to three years in prison. Meanwhile, Mr. Rindle is seeking a restraining order against Mr. Paul.